The Sunday Screenshot Gallery: November 8 edition

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Sharing screenshots is fun. In fact, the screenshot feature is in many ways the best feature that has been added in to this generation of consoles. It’s fun to share gameplay experiences, amusing anecdotes from the games, a indulge a little of the inner photographer in us.

With that in mind, at DDNet we run a screenshot gallery each week, where we pull ten of our favourite shots from games we’ve played. This is something we’d love for everyone in the community to participate in! If you’ve got favourite screenshots of your own, simply shoot them over to, and we’ll get them up in the gallery the next week!

Many thanks to DDNet reader, Britta, who contributed not one, but two screenies this week!

It’s nice when games are honest about what they’re doing.  – Britta, DDNet reader (Xblaze Code: Embryo)

It’s also good fun when game break down that fourth wall. Poor Ragna. – Britta, DDNet reader (Blazblue: Continuum Shift EXTEND)

I can’t believe this costume is free DLC. Would totally spend $100 for it. – Matt S. (Persona 4: Dancing all Night) 

I like how the latest Project Zero opens with the most “state the obvious” statement ever. – Matt S. (Project Zero: Maiden of Blackwater)

BY THE POWER OF GREYSKULLLLL… wait, wrong game. But how awesome would He-Man Warriors be? – Pierre-Yves L (Dragon Quest Heroes)

The ability to talk to chickens is what seals Divinity’s fate as one of the best RPGs in decades. – Matt S. (Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition)

Yep. This is the kind of village I want to retire to. Fish my days away. – Matt S. (Grand Ages: Medieval)

Hitting level 50 as a dark knight means you get to try and pull a whopping big Excalibur-like sword outta the ground. – Pete D. (Final Fantasy XIV)

Kokoro is so insanely pretty. But why so serious? – Matt S. (Dead or Alive 5: Last Round)

Heishi is one of the sweetest guys ever, but badly needs to learn you can’t just barge into a girl’s bedroom. – Matt S. (Norn9 Var Commons)

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